Monthly Archives: August 2006

The Bardo

Today in Collegium Tubum, we read The Bardo by David Glivar a composition and tuba student at the Ohio University School of Music. Dr. Jason Roland Smith, the tuba professor at Ohio, gave me this score while we were at … Continue reading

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UNITUBAS

Our sister studio, UNITUBAS, at the University of Northern Iowa has a new blog. Currently it features Dr. Funderburk’s adventures in South Korea. Since 2004, Jeff Funderburk and I have enjoyed a reciprocal cooperative, sharing resources, guest artists, and performing … Continue reading

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Summer Studio News

The members of the University of Iowa Tuba Euphonium Studio had some interesting and varied experiences this summer. Here are some of the details: Karl Zelle performed with the Metropolitan Winds in Dallas over the summer and tripled the sound … Continue reading

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Welcome Back Students

Welcome back students and welcome to the Iowa Tuba Euphonium Studio Blog. Last semester, we conducted an experiment called “Hawkeye Tuba Blogs”, where each of you kept a practice blog. I was very interested and quite often entertained and impressed … Continue reading

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